Daylight saving time US change without 2015 iPhone issues

By Alan Ng - Mar 8, 2015

We have a heads-up for iPhone users now as we once again approach Daylight Savings Time for US in 2015. It means that you will lose an hour of sleep guaranteed, but maybe even more if you don’t set up your handset properly and run into iPhone problems on Monday March 9.

In previous years, the switch to Daylight Savings Time created a lot of iPhone issues, as many users forgot to manually set their clocks forward 1 hour and ruined their daily schedule as a result.

Now, it’s a lot easier of course as on iPhone you can simply toggle a setting to ensure that the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will automatically set that your device is kept up to date with the Daylight Savings Time change.

The change will affect phone owners in areas such as California, Chicago and New York so we have a reminder on ensuring that you are ready for the switch.

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It’s really simple, just head into device settings > general > date and time. From there, you just need to ensure that the automatic time option is enabled – which it should be anyway, unless some of you have switched it off for some reason.

For those asking what time will Daylight Savings Time start in the US, it will be 2am local time so there’s not long to go. You’ll be losing an hour of sleep, but on the plus side you’ll seeing brighter evenings until November 1.

That’s just a quick heads-up, as we’re sure most of you have that automatic option enabled already anyway. You’ll be amazed at how many still run into problems though the morning after the change occurred!

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